Beijing has expressed willingness to jointly with Russia to promote a political settlement in "hot spots", including in Syria and North Korea, said the head of China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi
The corresponding statement was Wang made during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, calling Moscow's approach to the situation on the Korean Peninsula and in Syria "is quite logical and reasonable."
"We kept a steady course, despite the difficult international situation. We are willing to work with local partners to strengthen strategic cooperation, efforts to establish international stability through political means to resolve the situation in the "hot spots", - said Wang, according to RIA "Novosti".
Sam Lavrov said that the actions of the Western countries to the OPCW aimed at the implementation of a "long cherished the idea of regime change" in Syria.
Recall, on Friday, the OPCW by a majority vote rejected Moscow's and Tehran's proposal to investigate the incident in Khan Shaykhun. Russia in response said the right to take any measures for the sake of finding the truth about the "himatake".